Which states are playing high school basketball?

Tyler Calvaruso
·1 min read

There are still plenty of questions surrounding high school sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but that has not stopped states across the country from tipping off their high school basketball season.

Alabama and Mississippi got the ball rolling by beginning on Nov. 5 and other states have followed suit. 30 states are currently playing high school basketball and five more are slated to begin within the next week and a half.

Let’s take a look at which states are in action, which are gearing up to get going and the one state that has completely scrapped its 2020-21 high school basketball season.

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In Action

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="4611"> Photo: Dallas Morning News

High School Basketball | Dallas Morning News
High School Basketball | Dallas Morning News

-Arizona -Alabama -Arkansas -Florida -Georgia -Idaho -Indiana -Iowa -Kansas -Kentucky -Louisiana -Maryland -Minnesota -Mississippi -Missouri -Montana -Nebraska -North Carolina -North Dakota -Ohio -Oklahoma -Pennsylvania -South Carolina -South Dakota -Tennessee -Texas -Utah -Virginia -Wisconsin -Wyoming

Starting Soon

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

-Maine: Jan. 11 -New Hampshire: Jan. 11 -West Virginia: Jan. 11 -Delaware: Jan. 14 -Nevada: Jan. 15 -Connecticut: Jan. 19 -Alaska: Jan. 22 -Colorado: Jan. 25 -New Jersey: Jan. 26 -District of Columbia: Feb. 1 -Washington: Feb. 1 -California: March 12 -New Mexico: March 22 -Oregon: May 17

To Be Determined

Archbishop Stepinac (White Plains, New York) star AJ Griffin (Photo: Lonnie Webb Photography)

-Illinois -Massachusetts -Michigan -New York -Rhode Island -Vermont

Cancelled

Hawaii